Pinole Valley Park has miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, a skateboard park, and children’s playgrounds. Please keep your dog on a leash while entering places not reserved for pets. Also, make sure the dog is up-to-date with shots and is a sociable pup when entering the park, since violent pets are not allowed.

Since the ground is mostly coated with clay, be cautious of mud on rainy days and dust on dry days. Regardless of the heat, your dog will cool off at one of the doggie water fountains. There are two sections: one for small dogs (under 25 pounds) and one for big dogs (over 26 pounds), with ample seating for the humans on both sides.

There are plenty of seats, white folding seats, and picnic tables where you can relax and mingle with other business owners. The Pinole Valley Dog Park tends to be busier at some times than at others, but there are certain regulars who bring their dogs every time they come, and you’re guaranteed to find another dog.

The Pinole Valley Dog Park is a small part of the Pinole Valley Park off Adobe Road that is doggie paradise. A blue and white sign with the outline of a dog is shown. There are many old trees in the fenced-in dog park, which offer not only stunning scenery but also substantial shade. Big rocks and a tree stump have some fun elements for your dog to smell, crawl on, and discover in the forest.

There’s a lot of open space and ground to play around. It also has green grass. Lots of water bowls, a water faucet, poop scoopers, and bags are all available. When it gets humid, there is plenty of parking and decent shade. It’s a pleasant and wooded environment.

There’s a small area for small dogs and another for larger dogs! The majority of people are conscientious to keep their dogs on a leash, but there is some fighting every now and then. This park isn’t too crowded, so it’s ideal for doing your own thing. It’s a fun way for the dog to work on his social skills. There are also trails to cycle on as well!

Overall, it’s a nice little spot for your dog to visit.

Concord, California is blessed to have many amazing dog parks for your fur baby.  Here’s a list of our favorites:

  • Heather Farm Dog Farm
  • Highlands Ranch Dog Park
  • Martinez Dog Park
  • Alameda Dog Park
  • Linda Ave Dog Park
  • Ohlone Dog Park
  • Paso Nogal Park
  • Rincon Hill Dog Park

All of these dog parks are located just a short distance from our location in downtown Walnut Creek, Spaulding Concrete on Locust Street!